Today on this sunny (and hot!) afternoon, I review the new Baby Back Rib Burger from Hardees. I wear a 1980s Ralph Lauren “Polo University Club” suit, a white dress shirt and a black and red dotted tie, likely from the 80s or 90s;
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Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s Unveil New Baby Back Rib-Topped Burger
look to become the first fast food chain to serve up boneless baby back ribs on a burger with the upcoming release of the new Baby Back Rib Burger.
The Baby Back Rib Burger features charbroiled de-boned baby back ribs covered in Cattleman’s Original BBQ Sauce sitting, along with crispy onion strings and pickles, on top of a charbroiled beef patty and stacked between two halves of a brioche-style bun.
The boneless ribs come sourced from Bubba’s-Q Boneless Ribs, an Ohio-based barbecue restaurant and online store that garnered national attention when it appeared on a 2013 episode of Shark Tank (as well as investment by one of the “Sharks”).
The new burger arrives at participating locations nationwide starting April 27, 2017.
The suggested price for a single patty Baby Back Rib Burger is .59, a double patty goes for .79, and a 1/3 lb. Black Angus beef Thickburger version will run you .79 (may vary). You can also order it with fries and a drink starting at .19.
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